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Fake Native American Found on Jackson
The Navajo Power Plant & Colo. River
Kahanamoku Surfboard Goes to D.C.
ICTMN’s July 4 Pow Wow Weekend Guide
Fourth of July Classics Are All Native
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Two Native Youth Raise Funds to Visit DC
Keep Your Disney Princess to Yourself
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Choctaw Stickball: A Game of History
Youth Conference Focus on Apache Pride
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Pamunkey Becomes 567
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Northwest Tribes Host Canoe Journeys
Crownpoint Health Turning Patients Away
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Thing About Skins
Suit seeks to overturn Tongass roadless exemption
Mary Pemberton, Associated Press Writer
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – An Alaska Native village joined in a lawsuit filed Dec. 22 that aims to protect some of the Tongass National Forest’s remaining stands of old growth trees...
State eyes American Indian residential school
Dirk Lammers, Associated Press Writer
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – South Dakota is applying for a federal grant to help it build a residential school designed to improve academic achievement among American Indian students...
Gunman barricaded in SoCal tribal gaming office
Elliot Spagat, Associated Press Writer
LAKESIDE, Calif. – A man who was fired from his job at the Barona Resort and Casino last month burst into the tribal gaming commission’s security office with a gun Dec...
Indian country jails report released
WASHINGTON – A new report, released in December by the Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Statistics , found that the number of inmates locked up in Indian country jails dec...
White House update on tribal consultation
WASHINGTON – Jodie Gillette, a Standing Rock Sioux deputy associate director of the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs, offered an update in mid-December on the Obama ...
Tribes receive $32 million for public transportation
WASHINGTON – One hundred transit projects in tribal communities are set to share $32 million in “Public Transportation on Indian Reservations” funding from the U.S...
Abandoned mine land grants available to tribes
WASHINGTON – Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced Dec...
A continuing commitment to self-government
Letter to the Editor
I ndigenous communities throughout the world are looking for greater political and cultural autonomy within their surrounding nation-states...
The next land rush?
Letter to the Editor
O n Dec. 4 an action was taken against Crow Creek tribal land near my district that shook the absolute foundations of Indian law all the way back to the 1800s...
Indian Health Care Improvement Act
Marty Two Bulls Sr.
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Tribe covering emergency propane costs
Fuel trucks were slowly delivering small amounts of propane Wednesday to homes of low-income families on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, even though the Oglala Sioux Tribe has a...
NIGC: Hogen’s out, Skibine’s in
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – It started in April when the National Indian Gaming Association passed a resolution calling for the immediate resignation of National Indian Gaming Commission Chairman...
Creek council rejects compact plan
The Muscogee (Creek) National Council struck down a measure Tuesday that would have allowed the tribe's principal chief to sign a tobacco compact with the state...
Cultural center helps Native American students find a home at Stanford
Samantha "Sam" Azure grew up on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in Montana...
Pine Ridge residents running low on fuel and food
Lloyd Wilcox hauled groceries home on a sled Tuesday to a house without heat, days after a severe winter storm paralyzed the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and left an estimated 800...
EDITORIAL — County making best use of two percent funds yet
Arenac County government has received well over $200,000 in two-percent class three gaming revenue funds from the Saginaw-Chippewa Indian Tribe, but the $50,000 (out of roughly $81...
Ancient granite basins produced salt
Geologists say they've found more than 350 ancient granite basins used by California's Miwok tribe to produce salt for trade...
Anniversary of the Wounded Knee Massacre
December 29 marks the anniversary of the Battle of Wounded Knee. This 1890 conflict is what many people call the last battle of the Indian wars in the United States...
Despite barriers to justice, Native women persevere
She needs to call 911. She needs police to arrest the drunken boyfriend who assaulted her...
Census bureau aims to count every AI/AN
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – Here’s a first for Indian country: The first person who will be officially counted in the 2010 Census will be an Alaska Native from the village of Noorvik. And Dr...
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